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I was able to find a full HD version of the visit that Ryan did with Jimmy Fallon. Below are about 600+ 1080p screencaptures.
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TODAY.COM – Ryan Reynolds, star of the upcoming animated film “Turbo,” stopped by the TODAY plaza Tuesday morning for a friendly (and gigantic!) game of skee ball against Matt, Savannah, Natalie and Willie.
The competition heated up Monday night (see below: Snoop Dogg tweeted Matt!) as fans predicted which snail would win using the hashtags #TurboMatt, #TurboSavannah, #TurboRyan, #TurboNatalie and #TurboWillie on Twitter.
And while Matt was the fan favorite (thanks to Snoop’s help, Savannah argued), it was Ryan who won the vertical race.
NBC Sports commentator Leigh Diffey called the neck-and-neck competition. Ryan’s Turbo snail started in the lead, but soon Willie’s Burn was giving him a run for his money. Fan favorite Smoove Move, powered by Matt’s skee ball skills, eventually took the lead and nearly won.
That is, until Ryan hit the Turbo button, launching his snail ahead of the pack and across the finish line.
Matt called Ryan out immediately on his smooth move: “You brought out the Turbo on morning TV!”
“In my defense,” Ryan argued. “The film is called ‘Turbo,’ not ‘Matt Lauer.’ I had to win!”
NBCNEWS.COM – When you think of snails, chances are you don’t think of speed — and it’s even less likely that you think of Ryan Reynolds. But think again.
In his new film “Turbo,” the actor takes on the part of a slug who isn’t exactly what he seems.
“This is how it was pitched to me: ‘This is about a guy with an impossible dream winning the Indy 500,'” Reynolds explained during a Tuesday morning visit to TODAY. “I said, ‘What’s so crazy about that?’ They said, ‘He’s a snail.’ I said, ‘You better animate this movie, because what a painful production that would be.'”
All jokes aside, the leading man now looks at the part and feels a real connection to the animated character.
“I think we’ve all had somebody in our lives that said, ‘You’re not good enough, fast enough, tall enough, smart enough. You can’t do it. You Shouldn’t do it.’ I think everyone relates to that,” he said. “To able to persevere beyond that, despite what those voices are (saying), … I think it’s a really beautiful message.”
It’s a message that hits theaters July 17 — just two days before another Reynolds film, “R.I.P.D.”, opens. That prompted TODAY host Matt Lauer to ask the star which movie he’d choose to check out if he could only afford one ticket.
“That’s a brutal question,” Reynolds shot back. “I’ll hit the matinee twice!”
EONLINE.COM – Melissa Joan Hart has a confession that is sure to make her fellow ladies sigh, to say the least.
Swinging by Thursday night’s Chelsea Lately to plug her forthcoming memoir, Melissa Explains It All, the Melissa & Joey star revealed to guest host Ross Mathews that she once had a makeout session with Ryan Reynolds when both were budding young stars and the latter wasn’t quite the heartthrob that he is today.
Hart, now 37, talked about how the two were costarring in the Sabrina the Teenage Witch movie back in 1996 when, on the last day of shooting, Ryan attempted to sweep Melissa off her feet by presenting her with a luxury Beluga watch.
“He was 17 and I was, like, 19. I was like, ‘You’re too young for me,” recalled Hart about the actor who would eventually go on to become People’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2010. “So I stopped his car…and I wasn’t sure; am I gonna get mad at him? I wasn’t sure so I just grabbed him and started kissing him.”
“You get a piece of jewelry like that, you gotta make out with the guy!” the actress added.
MTV.COM – Heyyyy,
We can’t hold it in any longer! Tomorrow’s “Nikki & Sara LIVE” is going to be SO INCREDIBLY HUGE.
First we’ll welcome Jessica Alba to the studio. We’ve been fans of hers since the “Dark Angel” days, when she played a genetically enhanced female super soldier, which, if you break it down, sounds almost autobiographical.
Jessica Alba actually IS a genetically enhanced female super soldier. It’s the only way to explain how she keeps up all of this. And, as if having Jessica Alba on the show tomorrow night isn’t enough star power, watch for special appearances by Emma Stone AND Ryan Reynolds. Yes, we’re serious.
+ Tweet your questions for Jessica to us (@NikkiGlaser and @SaraSchaefer1) with the hashtag #NikkiandSaraLIVE, and make sure to tune in to our biggest show yet this Tuesday, March 12, at 11pm/10c.
TODAY.COM – Actors working on period films often get swept up in the fancy costumes and decorative scenery of the era; in the case of Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds, whose voices appear in the new film “The Croods,” that wasn’t going to happen. First, because it’s an animated film. But second — because it’s about a group of Stone Age cave-dwellers starting to evolve.
Which means clothes, as Reynolds and Stone told Savannah Guthrie and Lester Holt on TODAY Friday, are kind of a new thing.
Emma’s character Eep, for example, turns into a nearly modern woman when she’s introduced to the concept of footwear: “Eep is very excited to discover shoes,” says Stone. “Women and shoes. There’s a lot of screaming involved.”
Meanwhile, Ryan’s feisty character Guy is a trendsetter, because he shows up with a new invention: Pants.
“Pants, fire, shoes,” noted Emma about the inventions Guy brings with him.
“That’s like my first date,” joked Reynolds. Guy is also wearing a clingy little sloth named, what else, Belt. “It’s kind of like the prehistoric … fanny pack,” added the actor. “This is before drug dealers wore them.”
The pair didn’t get to see much of each other while lending their voices to the film, as they were recording many miles apart. But Reynolds seems to have really taken to the low-key nature of being asked to lend only his voice, not his face, to a role. “What other kind of showbiz job do you get to roll out of bed in a muumuu and a scrunchie and jump in a booth and just have fun?” he asked.
“The Croods” opens in theaters March 27.
Top Gear behind the scenes exclusive with Ryan Reynolds as the star in a reasonably priced car, a man who hasn’t driven a stick shift in 20 years!